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New middle grade fantasy book - The Forbidden Book - out today

Dutch Author Angelina van Kemenade, who passionately loves to write in both fantasy fiction and travel stories is proud to offer her fantasy novel - "The Forbidden Book" intended for children aged 7 to 12 years of which is hitting bookstores and is also available on Amazon as [paperback](http://amzn.to/21TnEx6) and as [e-book](http://amzn.to/1OWR309). This incredible story shared in this middle-grade fantasy novel; €œThe Forbidden Book" is all about the adventure of Myrtle. Myr ...


06.03.2016

Schools Running on Rafter Platform Saved Students $12 Million in Cash and Financial Aid in Fall 2012

SAN MATEO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 10/29/12 -- Rafter, Inc., the leader in course materials management software, today announced that in Fall 2012, schools on the Rafter™ Platform saved their students more than $12 million in cash and financial aid. The mass adoption fueled Rafter's annual on-campus revenue growth by more than 1,400 percent and contributed to the more than $240 million that the company has saved students and schools in cash and financial aid since 2008. The adoption of Rafte ...


29.10.2012

Loss of Bookstores Doesn't Translate Into E-Book Growth: Simba Information

STAMFORD, CT -- (Marketwire) -- 07/23/12 -- Media forecast and research firm Simba Information has released the fourth edition of , which compiles data from multiple sources to confirm what Simba anticipated in the third edition: that the loss of would not translate into growth of e-books in 2011."It may go against common sense, but the loss of hundreds of physical bookstores and several million square feet of book retailing space in 2011 actually negatively affected the expansion of usa ...


23.07.2012

E-Book Market Partially "Subsidized" by Physical Bookstores: Simba Information

STAMFORD, CT -- (Marketwire) -- 08/31/11 -- A recent report by media and publishing forecast firm Simba Information found that even though have lost some of their customer base over the years, the channel feeds into the universe by serving as a 'book showroom' for the roughly 10% of U.S. adults who buy ."Believing that adults will begin taking to e-books in large numbers because of Borders' liquidation is a dangerous assumption," said Michael Norris, senior analyst ...


31.08.2011



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